Register For Weekend Mass
Click here to register for Weekend Masses. Or Call the Parish Office at 734 451-0444.
We are limited in how many people can attend Mass with required social distancing. Help us plan by registering before you come to Mass. Thank you!
Welcome Back to Mass
We are very pleased to welcome you all back to Mass at Resurrection.
Our regular Mass and Reconciliation schedule is now being followed.
We are also have a Communion Service in the parking lot at 10:20 AM on Sundays. You will listen to the service on your cell phone and remain in your car the entire time. The expectation is that you will worship at home with a livestreamed Mass either before or after you receive the Eucharist. When you arrive, you will receive the phone number and meeting ID to call to listen to the service. Ushers will be there to help you with any questions.
To limit the number attending, we ask that you register for weekend Mass here.
We know many will choose not to return to Mass at this time because of the pandemic. The AOD affirmed that Catholics are not obligated to attend Mass until September 6th. Those over 65 years old, especially if they have an underlying illness or are caring for someone who is at risk, are encouraged to stay home. Anyone with active symptoms of Covid-19 and those who have been exposed to Covid-19 should NOT attend Mass.
Modifications to the Mass and Worship Space: We have removed the cloth chairs and spaced metal chairs 6+ feet apart. Household members are welcome to sit together but we will otherwise be practicing social distancing at all times. Masks will be required, and hand sanitizer must be used as you enter the building and prior to receiving Communion. The cup will not be offered at this time and we ask that you receive the Eucharist in your hands. There will be no sign of peace or holding hands for the Our Father. No collection basket will be passed but there will be a basket for donations on the baptismal font. Masks must be worn until your exit the building. Participants will be asked to follow the directions of the ushers and lectors to ensure the safety of Fr Tom, Fr John, Deacon Paul, and all who are present.
VBS 2020 Update
The Fruit of Virtual VBS Continues!
Our first ever virtual VBS was a wonderful success. Over 200 children (and many adults) joined in on the fun through engaging videos, daily craft and activity challenges, and lots of great music! Our mission outreach this year was Starfish Family Services and our community generously contributed funds and supplies for this wonderful organization.
Because our VBS was virtual, families can still join in on the fun! Please think about who might be blessed by an uplifting and engaging message this summer and share this link with them: bit.ly/virtualVBSkit (Link is case sensitive). The link will give them free access to all the playful skits, energizing music, and inspiring messages of Together Through the Storm VBS 2020.
We are grateful for everyone who invested their time, talents, and prayer into this program. We are also thankful for the chance to share the Gospel with families everywhere. God is Good...All the Time!
A prayer for the sick especially those suffering from the coronavirus
Loving God, you sent your son Jesus Christ to heal the sick. We ask you to come to our aid in the midst of the coronavirus crisis that we too may experience your healing love. We ask you to heal those who are sick. Calm those who are living in fear. Be with those who have died and comfort their families. Inspire health professionals to aid them in their healing work. Guide national leaders to lead and make decisions with wisdom. Help us to always be aware of your presence as we place our trust in you. We ask this in Jesus name. Amen.
A prayer for an end to the coronavirus crisis
Loving God, we come before you in our time of need. We lay before you our concerns and fears over the spread of the coronavirus. We know that you are mightier than all our fears and that the name of Jesus is the name above all other names. We ask, in the name of Jesus, that you stop the spread of the coronavirus. In your mercy, heal those who are sick and lead those who have died into your heavenly kingdom. We ask this in the mighty name of Jesus. Amen.
Act of Spiritual Communion
It has long been a Catholic understanding that when circumstances prevent one from receiving Holy Communion, it is possible to make an Act of Spiritual Communion which is a source of grace. Spiritual Communion means uniting one's self in prayer with Christ's sacrifice and worshipping him in his Body and Blood.
The most common reason for making an Act of Spiritual Communion is when a person cannot attend Mass. Acts of Spiritual Communion increase our desire to receive sacramental Communion and help us avoid the sins that would make us unable to receive Holy Communion worthily.
A prayer for Spiritual Communion
My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love you above all things and I desire to receive you in my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment receive you sacramentally,
Come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace you as if you were already there.
And unite myself wholly to you.
Never permit me to be separated from you.
Best of VBS 2019
LaMora Clinic, El Salvador
Ground Breaking/Social Hall Construction May 2018
Unleash the Gospel
Protecting Our Children and Youth
The Archdiocese of Detroit recently launched a new “mini” website to consolidate resources and respond to the faithful's questions about the recent news regarding clergy sexual abuse. The goal with this website is to make this important information more visible, transparent and clear. They will continue to expand the content in the coming days and weeks.
Pet Blessing at All Saints Catholic School
Fall at Resurrection Parish
Resurrection Parish is looking for advertising sponsors on our weekly church bulletin. If you, or someone you know, is interested in advertising please contact Dave Polansky at LPi. You can reach Dave at 248-250-3880 or dpol[email protected].
Welcome to Resurrection Parish! We were founded in 1990. Having celebrated 30 years and counting, serving the Community and beyond. The Parish spirit has been a pioneering one, striving to Serve and build a strong sense of Community among our families. Many dedicated parishioners keep the Resurrection family strong, thriving and viable. It is our hope that we will continue to serve for many more years to come.
Our Mission Statement
Resurrection Parish is a small, inviting catholic family joyfully celebrating the Good News of the Risen Lord through the Eucharist and the sacraments, lifelong spiritual growth, responsible stewardship and loving service to others.
Wednesday at 8:30 AM
Friday at 8:30 AM
Weekend Masses, beginning May 30
Saturday at 4:00 PM
Sunday at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM
Communion Service in Parking Lot at 10:20 AM
Please call the office or signup online at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0945abab2ba2ff2-resurrection1 if you plan to attend Mass. We are limited in the number of people who can attend and still maintain safe practices.
Saturday from 2:45-3:30 PM
- Father Thomas Kramer, Pastor
- Deacon Paul Lippard, Deacon
- Karen Hogan, Faith Formation Director
- Missy Sullivan, Administrative Assistant: Monday-Tuesday
- Jennifer Sanabria, Administrative Assistant: Wednesday-Friday
- Missy Sullivan, Bulletin Editor/Website
- Mr. Peter Cartwright, Music Director
- Lisa Gregoria, Bookeeper
Friday: 8:00 AM to noon
Welcome to Resurrection Parish
Children's Liturgy of the Word
We are currently not having Children's Liturgy of the Word.
Join Us at Children’s Liturgy of the Word
Children's Liturgy of the Word is an opportunity for our children to enter into the Mass more fully by hearing and discussing the readings on a kid-friendly level. They are invited to learn the Mass prayers and share their own prayer petitions with this church community. Our desire is that our children will have a positive experience of the Mass and come to know the great Love of God in their lives. They will join us in church during the Offertory and will participate in the Eucharist celebration. All children ages 4-~10 are welcome and there is no need to sign up. Just come when you are able! Parents may accompany younger children if you desire. We will offer Children’s Liturgy each Sunday at 11 am Mass. Don’t forget we also offer a nursery at 11 am Mass for children 6 months to 4 years old. Check us out and help your children engage more fully in the Mass celebration!
We are looking for ushers (No leading required- just a teen or adult who is willing to help with crowd control. Community service hours are available for teens.) We are also looking for a few leaders and will give you all the resources needed to enrich your faith while you bless the kids. For more info, contact Karen Hogan at [email protected]
Vegetable Garden Ministry